Distribution of various features of interest that have been discussed in the text.
|Aker (B)||X (3d)||X||X|
|Imhotep (B)||X||X (4c)||X* (4c)||X (4c)|
|Ash (B)||X||X||X* (5c)||X (5d)|
|Seth (B)||X* (7d)||X* (7b)||X||X (7c)||X||X||X|
|Babi (B)||X||X (9d)||X|
|Apis (B)||X (11c)|
|Anubis (B)||X* (14a)|
|Hapi (N)||X* (15a)|
|Hathor (H)||X||X (16b)||X|
|Anuket (H)||X||X (19d)|
|Ma’at (H)||X||X||X||X* (20c)|
|Serqet (H)||X||X||X||X (21b)|
|Maftet (H)||X (22d)|
|Bastet (H)||X (24b)||X (24b)||X (24b)|
|Hatmehit (H)||X (25)||X||X (25)|
Notes. The presence of a given structure or feature in a region is given by marked by an ”X”. An “X*” symbol corresponds to either a dominant feature in a region (e.g. dust in Ash) or the highest concentration of a specific feature (e.g., active pits in Seth). Numbers in parenthesis correspond to figures that show a particularly good example of the corresponding feature. The letters “B”, “N” and “H” next to the regions’ names refers to its position on the comet on the body, neck or head, respectively. The acronyms in the header columns correspond to the following respectively: collapsing material (CM), cratered cones/Pancake-shaped mounds (CC/P-SM), smooth deposits (SD), and dust/airfall (D/A). Finally, the locations of active pits are from Vincent et al. (2015).
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